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BUSINESS
April 7, 1989
William D. Simon and Stephen A. Unger have been named co-managing directors of the worldwide entertainment division of the executive recruiting firm Korn/Ferry International, Los Angeles. The two replace Brad Marks and Salvatore Iannucci, who have left the firm.
BUSINESS
May 13, 1998 | Sallie Hofmeister
Stephen A. Unger, a leading Hollywood executive recruiter, has been named a partner in the worldwide entertainment and media practice of Heidrick & Struggles. Unger was previously managing director of Spencer Stuart's entertainment and communications recruiting practice.
BUSINESS
June 3, 1994
Allison Thomas Associates and Rachel McCallister & Associates have formed a joint venture, KillerApp Communications, to handle public relations and promotion exclusively for interactive multimedia companies and products. Thomas' Los Angeles-based firm has specialized in the high-tech arena for a decade, and McCallister's agency, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, serves primarily entertainment clients. Each firm will continue to operate separately from the new venture.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1995 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite their extraordinary achievements, both Walt Disney Co. and Capital Cities/ABC Inc. have been plagued by concerns about management succession. Who, critics wondered, was being groomed to replace the legendary Thomas S. Murphy as head of Cap Cities? What executive could step into the shoes of Disney's intense chairman, Michael D. Eisner, given the vacuum created by the tragic death of Disney President Frank Wells and the departure of studio chief Jeffrey Katzenberg?
BUSINESS
August 15, 1995
Here's what people had to say about Michael Ovitz joining Walt Disney Co. as president. "The headline on the paper should be, 'Disney Reveals They Are Developing a Nuclear Arsenal.' It's an unbelievable announcement. It's the spiritual marriage of the dreamer and the deal maker.... When asking yourself what this means, you can't think of the way the industry is now.... The question is what will this mean on a global scale for worldwide entertainment.
BUSINESS
August 23, 1994 | ALAN CITRON
Hachette, the Paris-based publishing giant behind such popular magazines as Elle, Woman's Day and Metropolitan Home, is in discussions about expanding its presence in Hollywood. Dominique Bigle, the new chairman of Hachette's Film Office division, has met with senior executives at Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures and other entertainment companies during a 10-day swing through Los Angeles.
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